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whiskaychaton whiskaychaton
Publié le 10/26/07 à 06:47
Value For Money : Excellent
- How long have you use it?
About a year behind a PC config for computer music.
- What is so special that you like most and least?
Good finish, a soft sound reproduction asser, rather subdued. Low that for the most generous.
Minimum: ben saying do not expect miracles, the medium is not missing the acute hyper accurate.
Behind équalo can be corrected a bit and it's getting better
- How would you rate the quality / price?
Well, given the exorbitant prices of stuff in general.
- With experience, you do again this choice? ... yes because it is not my main listening, just for a computer.
Before I had the chance of getting pregnant the old "vintage" for a price maudique.
This one I have had occas' for € 100 so yes it's the fact squarely. but I would look at € 250 before this is done elsewhere.
To know that I work also with real studio monitors, so difficult thing to appreciate his mix on it. But they are very good in their price range
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